About the UNESCO transparency portal
Public access to information is a key component of UNESCO's commitment to transparency and its accountability vis-à-vis stakeholders. UNESCO recognizes that there is a positive correlation between a high level of transparency through information sharing and public participation in UNESCO-supported activities.
This report provides an overview of the activities of the Access to Information Panel for the year 2018. Openness and transparency are key principles of UNESCO's policy. It is a strong commitment to Member States and the citizens of their countries as well as to all the Organization's partners.
The UNESCO transparency portal has been designed to enable public access to information about the Organization's activities across sectors, countries, and regions, accompanied by some detail on budgetary and donor information. We see this as a work in progress. Our objective is to enable access to as much quality data about our activities as possible. The portal will be regularly updated and improved.
The transparency portal was designed and developed by Zimmerman & Zimmerman. The underlying technology OIPA provides IATI publishers with a clean and open source codebase for handling aid development data. Please contact us at email@example.com for your questions.
What data is available at UNESCO?
IATI Activity Standard
UNESCO reports to the IATI Registry under the licensing option: Open Data Commons Public Domain Dedication and License (PDDL), and the Organization's IATI file can be found by clicking here. Our IATI dashboard can be accessed via this link.
UNESCO's work with statistics
Please visit the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) website;a primary source for cross-nationally statistics on education, science and technology, culture, and communication for more than 200 countries and territories.
IATI Organizational Standard
In addition to publishing its current activities, UNESCO also publishes its aggregate budget for a biennium, as well as links to relevant programmatic and financial documents. These two distinct sets of information are published on the IATI registry, respectively based on the IATI Activity Standard and the IATI Organization Standard. Relevant programmatic and financial documents include the C/4 (Medium-Term Strategy), C/5 (Programme and Budget for the biennium quadrennium), EX4 (Monitoring Report), the Annual Report and the audited financial statements. The organization file is updated annually.